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were you born? >> guest: in mexico, southern mexico in a little city that no one heard of, but when i mention alcapaco, everybody knows that. it was three hours from there. >> host: when did your parents come to the united states? how old were you? >> guest: my father came here in 1997 when i was two years old, and he send for my mother a few years later in 1980 when i was four and a half years old. >> host: when did you come to the united states? >> guest: i came to the united states in 198 # 5. >> host: how old were you? >> guest: in may of 1985, nine and a half going on ten. >> host: what can you tell us about coming to the united states? what was your trek? >> guest: well, i had been separated from my father for eight years so when he returned to mexico in 1985, we convinced him to bring us back here. he was not coming back to mexico, and we didn't want anymore time separated from him. my father didn't want to bring me because i was nine and a half, and he thought i couldn't make it across the border because we had to run across illegally. i begged him to bring me here, and we too
with the president of mexico. felipe calderon. >> you need to have the principals that know one nation couldn't prosper without rule of law. because that is exactly our main focus, in the sense that we are not prosecuting drugs by drugs themselves. we are looking for rule of law in mexico. we want a country in which the law prevails. otherwise it will be impossible to prosper or to have a fair society. >> rose: we continue talking about google ventures with kevin rose and bill maris. >> we're investing in teams and people more than products at the early stages. so you're looking for larry and certificate guy as they were starting out they are what made google different from lycos and the other search engines. >> rose: we con chrood with the photography of brigitte lacombe. >> she asked would we be interested in doing something similar for london olympic on women in sport. and of course, i mean, it was just like a great opportunity because i mean for me and also for my sister to discover the new world, i know nothing about sports. and it was very intriguing. >> rose: yes. >> and so of course w
to attack federal fourses in new mexico. journalist predicted that blood would soon be spilled in the halls of congress, and guns were drawn. in fact. and yet in the end, a solution, a compromise was found. the questions i began with were, how? how did congress make a paralyzed system actually work? and what would a close examination of the debates reveal about the costs of unyielding partisanship, and about the nature of compromise, and about the human qualities that it took to bridge a divide that many americans feared could never be crossed. and i should say, i also fell in love with the orator of the 1850s. the politicians of the time spoke per swayssively and provocatively and passionately in language that was so splendid it reached the level of literature. incidentally, all the speeches were available, down loadable for free, the library of congress. they make great reading, most of them. and thanks to the library of congress, they're making them available. the spin doctors argued and grammatically challenged messages that that today passes for political communication truly is patheti
. >>> and the weather was finally perfect in new mexico, allowing felix baumgartner to pull off his death-defying skydive. it was a 4:20 free fall. everyone watching was holding their breath. >> my stom match was up here. he shattered all kinds of record. he became the first skydiver to break the speed of sound. ryan owens has more on fearless fel felix. >> reporter: he began his improbable journey to the edge of space. for 2 1/2 hours, the 43-year-old austrian skydiver floated to 24 miles up. 128,000 feet above the new mexico desert where he opened his capsule, hung his feet out the door. was reminded to remove his seat belt. saluted. and just jumped. he plummeted at 833 miles per hour. so fast, the only way to see him was this infrared camera. the first human to break the sound barrier with just his body, no yet, no rocket. he tumbled out of control for a few tense seconds then righted himself and managed to make a sound. it was enough for mom. high winds delayed liftoff last week. nothing, it seemed, could keep him from the stratosphere. he returned to earth on his feet, with a record
being. a republican winning in a democrat state in mexico. she is going to make the difference in our senate race down there. we support her with everything we have got. i will turn the microphone back to him so he can introduce year. we are grateful to have you all here. let us turn this country around. let us do what we all know is right. but as hear it one more time for senator hatch. [applause] >> senator hatch does have other plans, he has to excuse himself. thank you so much for taking time to be with us as we work to move romney and ran for rich. two more -- romney and ryan forward. two more defense. we have some great governors. we have some great conservative, republican governors in this country that are moving this country forward. very conservative. our governor in nevada, he does a tremendous job. we had bobby jindal here a couple of weeks ago. we have had chris christie. we have another wonderful governor here with us today in susanna martinez. i am so thrilled to have susanna with us. [applause] governor martinez understands what a tough race is. she understands what a
is the current situation in mexico with the student movement in mexico? >> let me ask you, do you charge admission to get in? >> our particular organization always does a sliding scale. >> you should then have to register with a promoter registry. that is right. anyone who charges admission to get in, even if you are a community organization, you are a promoter non-profits register with us as promoters. even if's a zero to whatever? >> it doesn't matter that. is right. you have to register. and it's free. you just go online and do it. you can find the link on the entertainment commission website. >> that is helpful to know. we're specifically not interested in music or entertainment promoters. we're trying to keep this on a community level. the only sound that is built into the space are two small speakers for the projector that we use occasionally for videos. so we're not trying to become a club. and we're not interested in commercial use and, in fact we will not rent to anybody who is a commercial promoter. but community groups are interested in having occasional fundraiser and th
landing on his feet in the new mexico desert. that feat came 65 years to the day after chuck jaeger became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, and sunday jaeger did it again. but now that he's 89, the man known for having the right stuff was merely a passenger onboard an f-15 jet that raced across california's mojave desert. >>> now here's a look at some other stories across america. in florida, dramatic video of a car plowing into a scrap metal business. luckily it happened in the middle of the night, so no one was around, except for the driver, who could be seen getting out of the car several minutes after the impact. >>> in california, it is finally home sweet home for space shuttle endeavor. we've sped up this video of what was a long, winding and two-mile-per-hour journey through the streets of l.a. this weekend. after soaring above the earth dozens of times, its final trek was 12 miles long from l.a. international airport to a museum where it will go on display later this month. >>> to new york, it's not as big as that shuttle, but this pumpkin is still pretty great,
above new mexico he became a human missile. felix baumgartner was able to reach such great heights thanks to that helium balloon. in order for a safe liftoff winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on his way up, felix baumgartner's breath fogged up his helmet and he complained the the air inside his viesor was not warm enough. the problem was never fixed. >> could see a little bit of frost and for about 30 minutes it looked like we might have to abort the mission. >> reporter: the crew decided the jump was safe. the free fall is the highest known to man but not the longest. it lasted four minutes and 20 seconds. 16 seconds shorter than joe kitinger's record set more than half a century ago. he helped train felix baumgartner and was there from liftoff to landing. >> talk about the right stuff. felix baumgartner's feat came on the 62nd anniversary when chuck yeager first broke the sound barrier. yeager is now 89 years old. flight yesterday flying in the back seat of a fighter. he broke the speed barrier back in 1947. >>> from super sonic travel to a slow speed voyage. coming u
over the mexico desert. he landed safely and scientists are looking ahead, hoping they can use technology from his suit to design safer suit for astronauts. the skydive came 65 years to the day after someone else broke the sound barrier. he smashed through the sound barrier again yesterday this time in the backseat of an f-15 eagle instead of the tiny plane he through in 1947. 89-years-old. >> mission accomplished for endeavour this morning. the retired spacecraft is sitting at its new home at the california science center in los angeles. it arrived 17 hours behind schedule sunday after incredible historic journey through the center of the city. crews chopped down nearly 400 trees to clear the path, crawled through the streets two miles per hour. >> this thing is amazing. we were going around -- [ inaudible ] >> there were several close calls for endeavour. it came close to hitting light poles and tree branches. it will go on display beginning october 30th. >>> trivia, private test pilot wanted $100,000, yeager did it for -- for what an air force captain made in. >>> recall of
expands this morning. it's out of new mexico and first recalled it's peanut butter because of an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. now they're adding raw and roasted peanuts to the list. the products are sold at trader joes. gas prices in california are still high but they are coming down by a few cents. here's a look at the current average for a gallon of regular in the bay area. 459 in san jose, 460 in oakland and the highest is in san francisco. these prices are as much as 11 cents less than a week ago t. find the cheapest gas prices in your area check out pump patrol on our website best story of the day. a man's plunge lands him in the record books. l he goes. he took off in a hot air balloon yesterday in new mexico. he went up 24 miles but there was a little trouble. he went into a potentially cat of thetic flat spin but did regain control. he was the first man to break sound barrier and said the experience was humbling. >> i never anticipated it would be so tough. sometimes you have to go up really high to understand how small you are. >> the free fall took less than ten minutes fro
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in new mexico because the windshield cracked. >> once we touched down it was scarier seeing the windshield and knowing we touched down in what could have been. >> the passengers were reported to be okay. u.s. airways sent another plane to bring the passengers onto phoenix. >>> you want to make sure your kids are safe especially when they are playing outside right near your home. so for many parents, this sign may make sense. it reads warning, you hit my kid, you will be shot. phillip was tired of the speeding cars that went past his house and he says the threat ofviolence is not real but it does get drivers attention. >> it's an extreme message why so extreme. >> i rather you cover a sign a 4 foot ladder versus a tragic incident you know to where somebody lose as child. >> when the sign is out he says drivers do slow down to 25-mile- per-hour speed limit. he adds that he and his wife have not received a lot of support from neighbors. so they have received a lot of support from neighbors and are tired of seeing the drivers speed past their homes. >>> a oregon boy and his gran
this afternoon was successful in the eyes over new mexico. cbs reporter bigad shaban shows us the glitches that almost derailed the sun from the earth's stratosphere. >> reporter: this is what it looks like to break the speed of sound. cameras went along for the ride as felix baumgartner from austria sky dived from the edge of space. 24 miles above new mexico. >> when i was standing there, on top of the world, you become so humble. you do not think about breaking records anymore. you want to come back alive. >> reporter: baumgartner wore a specialized space suit and absolutelied before jumping -- saluted before jumping from a pressurized capsule. within seconds he was flying at speeds over 833 miles per hour. and the times seemed to spin out of control. >> that spin became so violent, over all excess -- it was hard to know how to get out of that spin. >> reporter: baumgartner was able to reach such great heights thanks to the 55 story helium balloon. in order for a safe liftoff winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on hi wise up he -- his way up his breath fogged up his helmet. the
off in a hot air ballon yesterday in new mexico. he went up 24- miles for the jump. there was trouble: he went into a potentially catastrophic flat spin... be did regain control. baumgarr is the first man to break te sound barrier. he says the experience was humbling. "(sot) (felix from presser)i never anticipated it to be o tough.. sometimes you have o up really high to understanw small you are." the free-fall took less than minutes. fearless felix reached speeds up to 800 miles-per- >>> sometimes you have to go up really high to see how small you are. >> felix baumgartner reached speeds over 800 miles an hour in that free fall. >> i think everyone's breath was held during that spin. >> this daring stunt left a man centimeters from death. take a look at this. a parachute failed to release properly and he escaped with only a broken leg after landing on a tree. >> what's wrong with just watching the giants and staying home? >> that's right, two feet on the ground. >>> let's go outside. if you're about to start the morning drive, this is what you can expect, a lot of fog. i can see it c
bumgardner reached a maximum speed of 833.9 miles per hour during his jump today over the new mexico desert. >> reporter: from the edge of space, austrian daredevil gave a salute before jumping. he topped 833 miles per hour eaking the speed of sound. >> you travel so fast, but you don't really realize how fast you are. >> reporter: at times, he seemed to spin out of control. >> for some reason, it started spinning so fast and so violent that sometimes in between, i'm getting unconscious. >> reporter: 24 miles above new mexico, he became a human missile. he was able to reach such great heights thanks to that 55 story helium balloon. in order for a safe liftoff, winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on his way up, his breath fogged up his helmet and he complained the air inside his visor wasn't warm enough. >> i do not think i have face heating. >> reporter: the problem was never fixed. >> you see a little bit of frostbite there. for 30 minutes it looked like we would have to abort the mission. >> reporter: but the crew decided the jump was still safe. his free fall is now the highest
was at the launch site in new mexico for the history-making leap. >> reporter: from the edge of space austrian dare devil felix baumgartner gave a salute before jumping. he topped 833 miles per hour breaking the speed of sound. >> you travel so fast, you don't really realize how fast you are. >> reporter: at times baumgartner seemed to spin out of control. >> for some reason it started spinning so fast and so violent that sometimes in it, like, i'm getting unconscious. >> reporter: 24 miles above new mexico he became a human missile. baumgartner was able to reach such great heights thanks to the 55-story helium balance loon. in order for a state of lift- off, winds could be no more than 3 miles per hour. on his way up, baumgartner's breath fogged up his helmet and he complained the air inside his advisor is not warm enough. >> i do not think i have safe heating. >> reporter: the problem was never fixed. >> i could see a little bit of frost and for about 30 minutes it hoods like we would have to abort the the in mission. >> reporter: but the crew decided the jump was still safe. his freefall is now
.9 miles an hour during his jump over the new mexico desert. that amounts to mach 1.24, which is faster than the speed of sound. baumgartner said the stunt changed his perspective. >> when you stand up there on top of the world, you become so humbled. it's not about breaking records anymore. it's not about getting scientific data. it's all about coming home alive. >> his poor mother. because of his pressurized space suit, baumgartner didn't even feel the rushing air or hear the loud noise he made when he did, in fact, break the sound barrier. >> incredible footage there. lucky guy. man, applause in the background. well earned, guy. >>> mission accomplished for space shuttle "endeavour," reaching its final resting spot in the city of angels. after zooming through space 25 times, "endeavour" inched its way from l.a.x. to california science center at just a paltry rate of 2 miles an hour. hundreds of trees, in fact, had to be cut down. traffic signals moved to make way for the massive wing span. "endeavour" arrived to a cheering crowd more than a half day behind schedule. but, again, it is
of sound. he reached a maximum speed of 833 miles per hour, during his decent over the new mexico desert. -- descent over the new mexico desert. nine minutes after plunging he landed safely much to his mother's relief this came 65 years to the day after someone else broke the sound barrier, legendary pilot chuck yeager commemorated the event by smashing through the sound barrier again yesterday in the back of an -- yeager is impressive 89-years-old doing that. . >>> mission accomplished for endeavour this morning. retired space craft is at its new home at the california science in los angeles. it got there 17 hours behind schedule sunday after incredible and historic and very slow journey through the center of the city. crews chopped down 400 trees to clear a path for endeavour which crawled through l.a. streets at two miles an hour. >> had to move in different directions this is amazing we were going around things sideways, going back and forth a lot. >> there were a few close calls, it came close to hitting light poles and free branches. the shrum goes on display at center october 30th
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opens october 30. a skydiver touches the heavens as he breaks a record over new mexico. fearless felix baumgartner added 128,000 feet. on the way down, he became the first human to travel faster than the speed of sound without being inside the craft. he achieved a speed just under 834 miles per hour. he opened his parachute at 5,000 feet to complete the 10-minute jump. that was remarkable. hearings were set to begin today for five men charged with planning or assisting with the september 11 terrorist attacks and victims' families will be watching. they can watch via closed- circuit television in new jersey, massachusetts, maryland, and new york city. the suspects include kalid sheik mohammed, of the itself professed mastermind of the attacks. still ahead -- avoiding uncle sam? there is a deadline you should know about. and white it is so important to get a flu vaccine this -- what it is so important to get a flu vaccine this year. what is better, the nasal missed or the shot? we will tell you. >> looking outside. upper 60's, low 70's. a little sunshine >> in today's consumer alert, if
news." >> jeff: and good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. in the sky over new mexico today a man jumped from 24 miles up and broke the sound barrier on the way down. a first. felix baumgartner broke that barrier by more than 100 miles an hour. then landed with ease. with details here's mark strassmann. >> felix baumgartner climbed into the strat sphere more than 24 miles above new mention dekort. he was about to become a human missile and plunge farther and faster in freefall than anyone in history. >> everything is in the green, doing great. >> reporter: his ascent had lasted two and a half hours. in a capsule hoisted by a 55 story helium balloon rising 1,000 feet a minute. the only hitch, baumgartner's viser fogged up when his helmet's heater stopped working. >> this is getting serious, joe. >> i do not think i have safe heating. >> reporter: joe kittinger in mission control was the voice in baumgartner's here. >> there it is, there is the world out there. >> reporter: in 1960 kittinger then an air force captain set the freefall record with a dive from 102,000 feet. he spent fo
then made a remarkably smooth landing on his feet in the new mexico desert. unbelievable. that feat came 65 years to the day after chuck jaeger became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, and sunday jaeger did it again. but now that he's 89, the man known for having the right stuff was merely a passenger onboard an f-15 jet that raced across california's mojave desert. absolutely amazing. >>> here's your "first look" at some other news going on in america today. in florida, dramatic video of a car plow nothing a scrap metal business. luckily it happened in the middle of the night, so no one was around, except for the driver, who could be seen getting out of the car several minutes after the impact. >>> in california, it is finally home sweet home for space shuttle "endeavour." we've sped up this video, take a look. it was a long, winding and two-mile-per-hour journey through the streets of l.a. this weekend. after soaring above the earth dozens of times, its final trek was just 12 miles long from the l.a. international airport to this museum where it's going to go on displa
out of new mexico first recalled its preponderance because of an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. now the company is adding raw and roasted peanut to the recall list. products are sold at trader joe's. 35 cases of illness have been reported across 19 states. >>> the bay area went 0 for the weekend, giants, niners and raiders. >> oh my. talk about a diving grab, it's our play of the day but did it count? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is a business morning already. we are just getting reports of an accident on the upper deck before the tun. >>> thank you. tough football weekend, niners and nineties in what was the premier game of the nfl yesterday. >> this was not close, new york wins in a romp. 49ers up 3-0 in the second when manning hits cruz in the end zone, giving the giants the lead for good. niners couldn't get anything going final score not read, niners host seattle on thursday. raiders on the road at the falcons, leading at the half then fourth quarter, palmer what are you doing? sam yell heads the other way 70- plus yarr for the touchdown. >>> not every day but brandon lloyd
safely in new mexico. we have a report -- an athlete managed to fall to earth from 4 miles up and land safely in new mexico. >> 24 miles up into the stratosphere, it too about two and a half hours. but his descent lasted for just over nine minutes, about half of it in free fall. anticipating had been building around the world. just before jumping, wearing a next generation full pressurized suit, baumgartner expressed concern that his astronaut-like helmet was fogging up and not heating properly. about 2:00 sunday, the 43-year- old took a leave from a tiny shelf outside the capsule that was carried up by an enormous ultrathin balloon. the extreme athlete broke several records, highest free fall, fastest free fall and highest manned balloon flight. he also met his goal of breaking the speed of sound he reached a maximum speed of 834 miles per hour. crowds watched below on monitors and cheered as the parachute opened. best known for leaping off skyscrapers, his mother, father and girlfriend showed signs of relief. research from this project could help with future space exploration travel
in roswell, new mexico. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. you're right. we all watched him leave from here. and everyone was holding their breath. you know i'm not much of a numbers guy. but i have to throw this out. 833 miles per hour. that's how fast he was going. some 100 miles an hour faster than he thought he would. more than enough to break the sound barrier and the record. it took that capsule with the daredevil known as fearless felix aboard 2 1/2 hours to reach the edge of space. dangling from a 55-story balloon, the 43-year-old peacefully soared above the new mexico desert, four-times higher than most passenger jets fly. on the way up, he hears a single voice. 84-year-old joe kittinger. >> okay, here we go. >> reporter: the only other man who knows what it's like to free fall from more than 100,000 feet. >> okay, felix, it gets serious. >> reporter: kittinger tells him it's time to open the capsule door. >> there it is. there's the world out there. >> reporter: suddenly, his legs are hanging out. >> release seat belt. >> reporter: felix is slow to resp
, the tragedies in mexico, when is it going to end? it's not that dangerous compared to the pill and the meth. left wing, the right wing, evangelists for crying out loud. the truth is black and white. it's dangerous for me to sound like a cheerleader about any particular issue because people think i'm, you know, cheech or woody harrellson, but the real estate is from a journalist tick perspective, it's black and white, the billions that can be put back in the economy while hurting the cartels. i know they would know that the statistic that's cited, profits could be high, but the fact is quite a lot of organized crimes financing is not from the heroin and meth, but cannabis. we can have american farmers growing this, taxing it, and put narks back to work. their agricultural commissioner is begging to put it back to work for america's factories, clothing, and energy. i went to a stainability festival a few years ago, and the other speaker was usda expert on by -- biofuels. there's one that filters toxics out of soil.
successfully made it from the edge of space breaking the speed of sound in a free fall in new mexico. he descended from a capsule from a helium balloon that carried him 128,000 feet. more than three times the cruising. he hit a speed of 833 miles per hour. >> you become so humble when you stand at the top of the world. it's not about breaking records anymore, it's all about coming home. >> yes, and come home there were some risks. for example, low temperatures, thin atmosphere and a possibility of loss of consciousness. he had planned to jump last tuesday but delayed the stunted because of gusty winds. lives t. wow! >> i'm not doing that. [ laughter ] >> terry: wow. >> and how about the giants, you know the embarcadero san francisco still waiting. you can see the orange glow. >> as orange as your skirt. >> just about. we are waiting for the hometown team. we do have clouds strmi in. live doppler showing that. high and mid-level clouds. we do have a little bit of fog developing near the golden gate. it could reduce the visibility much like it did this morning and help delay some of the ea
into the status fear more than 24 miles above new mexico's desert. he was about to become a human missile. >> he's assent lasted 2.5 hours in a capsule hoised by a helium -- hoisted by a helium balloon. the only glitch, his visor fogged up when the heater failed. >> joe kittenjure in mission control was the voice in his year. in 1960, then an air force captain set the free fall record with a dive from 102,000 feet. he's spent years preparing him for this moment. the plunge from 128,000 feet. his preliminary speed popped at 833 miles an hour. the first human in free fall to break the speed of sound. but there was trouble. he went into a potentially catastrophic top spin. he regained control to the relief of every one in mission control. the fall lasted 4 minutes 19 seconds. one minute short of the record. no gymnast has ever stuck a landing like this. >> in four years getting at the same spot and as a young guy sitting next to me and asking for advice just because he wants to break my record. >> the man who fell to earth today like no one ever has. >> that's just incredible. summer is making a co
above new mexico's desert. the 43 austrian skydiver was about to become a human missile and plunge father and faster than anyone in history of his adescript lasted 2.5 hours in a capsule lifted by a helium balloon. the only hitch baumgartner's visor fogged up when the heater stopped working. >> i do not think i have heating. >> reporter: joe kittinger in mission control was the voice in baumgartner's ear. >> there is the world out there. >> reporter: in 1960 kittinger than an air force captain set the free fall record with a dive from 102,000 feet. he spent four years helping to train baumgartner for this minute, the plunge from 128,000 feet within 30 seconds, baumgartner's preliminary speed topped out 833 miles per hour. the first human in free fall to break the speed of sound. there was drama and danger and he went into a catastrophic topspin and regained control back at a head-down controlled position. his free fall lasted 4 minutes and 19 seconds more than one minute short of kittinger's record before his chute opened on schedule. no olympic gymnast has ever stuck a landing q
to mark the independence day on september 15th as well as mexico, september 16th and chile september 18th and concludes on october 15th after indigenous people's day and the san francisco unified school district includes over 3500 students in the schools, the grades prek to 12. many of who contribute not only the cultural traditions but the spanish language to enrich the lives of all students and significant number of school district employees from classroom teachers to para professionals to facility and staff and principal and administrators including mr. carranza share this heritage, where in particular, the latin american teacher association has since 1970 established as the mission to promote bi lingual and to advocate for achievement through family conferences honorable celebration and college fares, whereas the annual scholarship dinner, it has provided thousands of dollars to scholarships to deserving inner city, particularly those who cannot enroll in college without financial help. therefore be it resolved that the board of education of the san francisco unified school district c
. it includes moon pies and roasted peanuts. it's traced to a factory in new mexico. >>> a speeding police car struck and killed a man early this morning. the police car was on its way to a reported shooting. the vehicle had its emergency lights on but at least one witness said that's not true. >> is the career of hall of famer ray lewis owner. the team announced this afternoon that the 37-year-old ray lewis
, nueva jersey, virginia y maryland. ademas de otros 30 mil miembros en mexico, el salvador, honduras y guatemala. el departamento de estado dice que ha tratado ese tema con paises de la region. mike hammer, portavoz del departamento de estadonoso tros por parte del departamen to de estado trabajamos muy a fondo con gobiernos centroamer icanos para afrontar problemas de la seguridad de la ciudadania." desde hace 7 anos, autoridades federales han arrestado y procesado a mas de 4 mil integrantes de la ms-13. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. la ms-13 es la primera pandilla que recibe esta designacion de organizacion criminal transnacional y se uno a otros grupos violentos como los zetas mexicanos y la camorra italiana. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. amigos y amigas que tal... bienvenidos!! la emocion continua en la capital, anoche ganaron los nacionales. .. y hoy vuelven a enfrentar a los cardenales de san luis. .esta manana cientos de personas fueron a comprar sus entradas, claudia uceda con los este sera un intenso fin de semana para los candidatos a la presiden
miles above the new mexico desert. in the first seconds of free fall, the broke a record, human tothe first break the sound barrier without vehicle. he reached speeds of 833 miles per hour. is being called a space pioneer. taking it is still now.n for >> still so many emotions right now. thatave thought about many times, what will like and what will it like and it's much greater than i anticipated. they will study all the data d pressurespecialize suit. the nextusher in of space suits if it held up well. >> amazing. former reality tv star and onetime white house party michaele salahi is now engaged. her manager says that her boyfriend neal schon, a guitarist for the group journey, proposed. him awayun off with her husbandband and missing at one .ime, a while back >> a mother serving prison time her steps sonof andrew by making him the 22 tablespoons of salt. her husband and children will join in on the discussion as well, on "katie" this afternoon. join in on the discussion as well, on "katie" this afternoon. >> still ahead, jacqu david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryl
.... today... / a.... new mexico company ...called "sunland"..../ ...off.. peanut butter... i/ iss.. √°expanding√° its recall..../ it... now includee... rrw... and... roasted shelled... and... in--- sold in several sized... containers.../.in... maryland... the product....is sold ...at....trader joe's.../// 35 people... havv een sickened... by saalonella../ linked to.. the commany's products. tomorrow soccal seeurity payments are set to go up for americans - but noo assmuch as most people hoped.between dollars... hat small jump is what he typical retiree is expecced oosee in january. january.preliminary figures show theesocial security increase for 2013 could be the &ppowest since 1975...a one to two percent rise issexpected- comparee tt the 3.6 percent increase recipients saw this year. 54-103"because the economy is bad ii this ccuntry the re soo governmenn can't eep up with the cost oo living increase. this is a disaster for everrone living on social secur" security."next year's number is tied tightly tt inflation. the cost-of-living adjustment is said to
. the medication has been taken off the market. >>> a new mexico company that manufactured peanut butter linked to an outbreak of salmonella is expanding its recall. sun land incorporated has added raw and roasted peanuts shelled and in the shell to products it is taking off the shelf. sun land's peanut butter has been linked to 35 salmonella cases in 19 states. >>> a giant in american politics died today. arlin specter from pennsylvania played a pivotal role in the assasination of president kennedy. jonathon carl takes a look back. >> he was a native of kansas, but chose pennsylvania to be his home. after law school in yale he settled in philadelphia and eventually becoming district attorney. after the kennedy assassination, specter served on the warren commission and helped develop the single-bullet theory. specter was elected to the senate as a republican in 1980 becoming a fiercely independent sen terrorist and a powerful force. hen fiewr yaited his own party by helping sync the bork nomination. >> i think you are putting the rabbit in the hat. >> and his tough grilling of anita hill angere
in roswell, new mexico, as the red bull stratus team sent up the balloon. baumgartner is no novice. he's made harrowing jumps before in brazil, could asia, from 15 and 18 miles high. but sunday's mission was about breaking a free-fall record that had stood since 1960, when joe kitsinger jumped from 19 1/2 miles high, and also breaking the sound barrier. if his suit tore, the paratrooper faced instant death. he was a guest on the "today" show earlier this year. >> well, i like the challenge. i always like to work on projects where i have to start by scratch. this is what we did. >> reporter: sunday after a brief burst of win, baumgartner's balloon got the green light. >> there's the release. [ applause ] >> reporter: and two and a half hours later he was standing where no man had stood before with joe kitsinger on the radio. >> our guardian angel will take care of you. >> reporter: out of the capsule felix was a bullet, mach 1.24 miles an hour, exceeding the speed of sound. with the face mask fogging up, what looked like a terrifying out-of-control flat spin before he stabilized. finally four
mexico, as the red bull stratus team laid out the paper thin balloon and fearless felix zipped in to his capsule. he's made harrowing jumps before. in brazil, croatia, from 15 and 18 miles high. but sunday's mission was about breaking a free-fall record that had stood since 1960 when joe kittinger jumped from 19 1/2 miles high and also breaking the sound barrier. if his suit tore, the former austrian military paratrooper faced instant death. he was a guest on the "today" show earlier this year. >> well, i like the challenge. i always like to work on projects where i have to start by scratch. >> reporter: sunday after a brief burst of wind, baumgartner's balloon got the green light. >> there's the release. and there's the p applause. >> reporter: and 2 1/2 hours later, he was standing where no man had stood before with joe kittinger on the radio. >> our guardian angel will take care of you. >> reporter: out of the capsule, felix was a bullet, 833 miles an hour mcht ach 1.24, exceeding the speed of sound. and then with a space mask fogging up, what looked like a terrifying out of control f
the earth in an astronaut-like suit and landed safely in new mexico. the descent lasted over nine minutes. half was in free-fall at a top speed of 833 miles per hour. i can't imagine what that would be like. he broke several records including highest free-fall, fastest free-fall and highest manned balloon flight. >> this is amazing. the first person ever to break the sound barrier, chuck yeager celebrated it by doing it again. he is 89 years old, i believe. that came on the 65th anniversary of his flight. he sat in the back seat of an f 15 eagle aggressor above the mojave desert. >> fantastic. >> i'm looking at him. born in 1923. >> love it. >>> these pictures are fantastic. this is "endeavour." it launched off the space pad and many miles in space. but the final on the streets of los angeles may have been the hardest. several trees had to be cut down on an emergency basis to get the spacecraft through. unfortunately the spacecraft did receive 17 slow driving tickets. >> and a bunch of graffiti. >> that is nothing for l.a. traffic. >> it's moving right along. >> it seems like during this
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